"I got this as a present to myself for my birthday last year. The 360 photos are very original and I always get compliments about my photos. Their great for scenery shots and group photos, and you're included in the photo! But without a negative scanner, you won't be able to get the photos onto your computer unless your lab is willing to do it for you. For prints, I would recommend cropping the long photo into sections and taping the segments together."
"I got this camera for a present and am really happy with it. It is pretty easy to use but like most lomography cameras it has very limited settings and only works best outdoors. The other problem you run into is prints. Unless you have access to a darkroom then I don't know how you're suppose to get the prints, and you need to make sure whether you get the film developed to make sure they don't cut it. The only option I guess would be to scan the negatives. There isn't a viewfinder, which isn't terrible you just have to be aware of what you're shooting. One thing I like is that you can also manually expose your film by turning the body yourself which helps in darker situations. Overall I think if you have the money to spend, and you enjoy interesting cameras then this is totally worth it."